2 edition of Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War
by J. Blevins in Huntsville, Ala. (P.O. Box 4417, Huntsville, 35815)
Written in English
|Statement||by Jerry Blevins.|
|LC Classifications||F443.S36 B54 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||91154734|
But it was not until after the Civil War that a branch line was built from Bridge- port, Ala., to Jasper. In the middle sev- enties this was extended to Victoria. ''Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad building line to Victoria. Everything 21 SEQUATCHIE VALLEY done in the very best style.'". UNION TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS 6th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry Overview: Organized at Boston and Williamsburg, Ky., Ap Attached to 25th .
The land in the Sequatchie Valley was highly attractive for agricultural purposes. Throughout most of the nineteenth century, inhabitants of the county practiced subsistence agriculture, and there were a few prosperous farms located within the valley. The small farmers produced corn and raised livestock such as cattle, sheep, hogs, and poultry. JULY-, Scout in Sequatchie Valley, Tenn. Report of Major General John M. Palmer, U. S. Army. WINCHESTER, J GENERAL: General Van Cleve reports on 23rd: Sent Captain Drury and 65 men to Sequatchie Valley. Went to Dunlap, thence up the valley 30 miles, passing through Pikeville, and returned via Sparta.
SEPTEMBER OCTO Wheeler and Roddey's Raid on Rosecrans' Communications. SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS. Septem Skirmish at Cotton Port Ford, Tennessee River, Tenn. Service. The 30th Ohio Infantry Regiment was organized at Camp Chase in Columbus, Ohio, on Aug , and mustered in for three years service under the command of Colonel John Groesbeck.. The regiment was attached to Scammon's Brigade, District of the Kanawha, West Virginia, to October 3rd Brigade, District of the Kanawha, West Virginia, to March 1st Brigade, Kanawha Division.
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Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War: Bledsoe, Grundy, Marion, and Sequatchie Counties in Tennessee and Jackson County in Alabama Unknown Binding – January 1, by Jerry Blevins (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download Author: Jerry Blevins.
Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War: Bledsoe, Grundy, Marion and Sequatchie Counties in Tennessee and Jackson County in Alabama Statement of Responsibility: by Jerry Blevins. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Also, three regiments of infantry along with artillery were sent to Anderson’s Cross Roads in the Sequatchie Valley to protect the trains. Late on October 2, the Confederates were camped on the crest of Walden’s Ridge with a clear view of the Sequatchie Valley below.
SEQUATCHIE VALLEY SOLDIERS in the CIVIL WAR UNION PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH in SWEETEN'S COVE Lists of 1st Settlers Attending. History of the Church. One of the First Churches in the Battle Creek Area (Now is South Pittsburgh, TN).
From: Sequatchie Valley Soldiers in the Civil War by Jerry Blevins, Oct. ; p. () 1. Sequatchie Valley has the honor of furnishing the finest Cavalry Company that has yet entered the service. We have the pleasure of an acquaintance with most of the officers and members, and will go bail that if they are put at the right.
The following books/precious tidbits salvaged from old Newspapers Sequatchie Valley Gossip - News. Marion County Newspapers - 8 volumes. - from old Newspapers & Microfilm - Marion County, TN Civil War Tidbits Murder, Mayhem, and More.
A "must-have" for any Sequatchie Researcher TN, $ Sequatchie Valley Bible Records COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX by James L. Douthat, 35 Total Pages, "x11", Index One of the most unique and vital publications for families in the Sequatchie Valley.
TN, $ Sequatchie County, TN County Court Minutes The original log church, one of the first in Sequatchie Valley Tennessee, was built by Thomas Swafford sometime between & Bythe log structure had been replaced by a larger frame building & deeded by Thomas Swafford to three trustees, Samuel Swafford, Isaac E.
Swafford & John Hale, for the use of the Methodist Church. 4/24/ The Sequatchie Valley based bluegrass band Track recently captured in song the story of the infamous outlaw John Murrell, who was laid to rest in Pikeville, Tenn., in the mids after a lifetime of outrageous criminal behavior.
Murrell was so notorious that Mark Twain referenced him in his books “Life on the Mississippi” and in “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” when Tom. Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War Bledsoe, Grundy, Marion, and Sequatchie Counties in Tennessee and Jackson County in Alabama This edition published in by J.
Blevins in Huntsville, Ala. (P.O. BoxHuntsville, ).Pages: This book may only be viewed online at the Family History Library, a family history center, or one of FamilySearch’s partner libraries. Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War: Bledsoe, Grundy, Marion and Sequatchie Counties in Tennessee and Jackson County in Alabama Military records - Civil War, United States.
Sequatchie Valley JUSTICE [G. Smith Patton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sequatchie Valley JUSTICE. According to author Jerry Blevins in his book Sequatchie Valley Soldiers in the Civil War, Gaines Blevins, born in Marion County, Tennessee, was living in Dade County when he mustered into the Malone’s Ninth Alabama Cavalry at Chattanooga in October Gaines apparently did not endure very long as a Confederate soldier because, in.
Sequatchie Valley runs from the Crossville, Tennessee area down into Alabama and is the longest valley in the world. The Civil War records include the information and minutes of the Grand Army of the Republic Post 98 or the Lewis Collins Post for the Union soldiers.
forces occupied Sequatchie County for the remainder of the war, but marauders still roamed the mountains and valley harassing and stealing from the residents.
The war and its aftermath created enduring resentments and wrought profound changes on Sequatchie County as on the nation. Erected by Tennessee Civil War Trails. Topics and series. Get this from a library.
Sequatchie Valley soldiers in the Civil War: Bledsoe, Grundy, Marion, and Sequatchie Counties in Tennessee and Jackson County in Alabama. [Jerry Blevins].
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October 1, - Major General Joseph Wheeler’s Confederate cavalry force entered the Sequatchie Valley in Tennessee to raid the supply lines of Major General William S. Rosecrans’s Federal Army of the Cumberland.
As October began, General Braxton Bragg’s Confederate Army of Tennessee was laying siege to Rosecrans’s Federals trapped in Chattanooga. Chattanooga native Gregory L.
Wade has released his first novel, Broken Valley, about life behind the lines in the Sequatchie Valley during the Civil War.
Set primarily in Sequatchie Valley, an area tucked in between the Cumberland Plateau and Walden’s Ridge near Chattanooga, Tennessee, “Broken Valley” centers on William Barker and his son, Will Jr.
Readers see the world through their eyes, as the man and his teenage son cope with the confusion and uncertainty caused by the Civil War.The Soldiers listed here are Soldiers of the Sequatchie Valley only, other Revolutionary Soldiers that are not mentioned on my list can be found in other history books or your local library.
Dan Alexander: Dan Alexander was born FebruMacklenburg County, North Carolina, died October 1,Lewis County, TN. Broken Valley by Gregory L Wade. Set in Tennesse’s Sequatchie Valley, Broken Valley relates the experiences endured by the families of the valley during and after our Civil War.
This work focuses on the Barker family (William, Cornelia, and their children Will and Lillie) from the summer of to early